The OnePlus 5, the independent mobile-maker’s next–generation handset, is edging closer to release, after its CEO teased plans on Chinese social media.
Pete Lau posted a cartoon image of workers assembling a new smartphone, along with the company’s 'Never Settle' hashtag.
A release date has not been confirmed, but a string of rumours from Asia have suggested that the OnePlus 5 could be available from June.
Tech gossip hounds in South Korea claimed earlier this year that the OnePlus 5 (there won’t be a OnePlus 4, as 4 is seen as unlucky in China), will come with a curved screen, a massive 23-megapixel camera, 4000 mAh battery and as much as 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage.
Previous OnePlus models have proven to be big hits among tech fans willing different from major players such as Samsung and Apple.
It’s likely that demand for the OnePlus 5 will be high when it finally hits shelves.